July 24, 2020-Medicare patients, whose cost sharing is typically based on list prices, pay more than they should for drugs while the middlemen collect large “rebate” checks. These rebates are the functional equivalent of kickbacks, and erode savings that could otherwise go to the Medicare patients taking those drugs. Yet currently, Federal regulations create a safe harbor for such discounts and preclude treating them as kickbacks under the law.
“Indian Pharmaceutical Alliance (IPA) represents 24 research-based national pharmaceutical companies. Collectively, they account for over 85 per cent of the private sector investment in pharmaceutical R&D, more than 80 per cent of the country’s exports of drugs and pharmaceuticals and service over 57 per cent of the domestic market”. Founder Members Chipla DR. Reddy`s Piramal Lupin Ranbaxy Wockhardt
Mebiz SR Capsule is used to treat the symptoms such as abdominal pain and cramps, flatulence, persistent, nonspecific diarrhea, etc. associated with irritable bowel syndrome , colon irritation and mucous colitis. It is not recommended for use in patients less than 18 years of age. This medicine is not recommended for use in breastfeeding women unless absolutely necessary. Mebiz SR […]